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minty    on 17/06/17 @ 16:06 said:

Continued. And Snowdonia the mendips and Dartmoor and many other places. Thank you for your friendship it is truly Humble. Thank you for being my friend. Like I said it's just been a life-changing experience for me. I'm looking for too many Adventures on OD in the future.xxxx

Morningdawn   on 24/06/17 @ 22:39 said:

What lovely words Minty. Sharing the experience of Hadrians wall and like you, making such wonderful friends is what OD is all about. Thank you Minty and everyone who organises invites, where adventures begin. See you in the lakes Minty x

Chris50   on 10/07/17 @ 13:57 said:

Well it was a tremendous walk with some great walks and lovely views with great company. I thoroughly enjoyed it and still relive parts of it. Thanks Minty for organising it, with all those minor hiccups! Hadn't realised it was 4 years ago already. It was a true adventure. Must meet up sometime, Minty

Carpe Diem!   on 10/07/17 @ 18:08 said:

I didn't do Hadrian's Mints but Cheddar Gorge and Dartmoor with you were both fabulous! Hope there'll be many more ...see you in the Lakes in August! J

Pear Drop (Sarah)   on 10/07/17 @ 20:23 said:

One of my first OD adventures....gosh we had a blast didn't we.....memories that'll last forever

landranger68   on 11/07/17 @ 22:49 said:

Hi Minty,There are many memorable experiences shared,not just Hadrian's Wall.That is what is at the core of OD,a coming together from different backgrounds,ages and outlook.We share a common bond of fellowship whether up to our arm pits in bog,listening to the endless sonnets of Lal Jonty or snorkelling our way up Gardale Scar,but there will be always copious amounts of wine and laughter

minty    on 12/07/17 @ 21:22 said:

M3: Holly would be well pleased with the Script that's for sure.they still have the Wanted posters for us on Hadrian's Wall.HaHa

minty    on 12/07/17 @ 21:41 said:

Once Upon a Time on Hadrian's Wall many years there was a group of about 14 looking forward to the adventure of a lifetime.walking Hadrian's Wall in Northumberland.all all's well.centurion minty had all things in hand.well until we stayed at this Villa run by colonel of the 9th Legion he was a nice old goat.a lovely meal on the massive big table with silver cutlery and a lovely was a lovely June clear skies but up particular night it was rather fellow Band of Brothers.and sisters.had other in the morning there was I having a nice cold wet shave.the colonel approached me and said to me you're a bunch of Hardy individuals decided to violate my
bunkhouse.I said to him really we

minty    on 12/07/17 @ 21:50 said:

continued they said they were cold in their tents so they decided to enter the bunkhouse.well I apologize for their we're going on a walking enjoying the scenic air of Northumbria.we arrive at our of the helpers who erected tents at each other campsites.he said to me oh by the way some blankets went missing from the bunkhouse.I said I'll have an investigation and find out what went on.did find one of the blankets.and then found another one later on which was passed on to somebody bunch of bloody wimps it wasn't that cold in evening.after a long discussion with the firm used managed some of us from being hung drawn and we carried on our little way.

minty    on 12/07/17 @ 22:03 said:

.our sense of humour it was somewhat we arrived at another campsite decided to have a barbecue and a fire.some little Legionnaire decided to get his knife out as started cutting down some trees did not go down well with landowner.I sorted that one out.anyway we carried on a merry way enjoying the Northumberland Hadrian's Wall.taking.memory then we were accused stealing a axe.well that is how all
happened are escapade on Hadrian's Wall

minty    on 13/07/17 @ 3:26 said:

so if you come across some shifty individuals.holding a blanket Starry Eyed.or a
axe and I start to jibber is how likely it is part of the this day we are wanted by the Hadrian's Wall police.for being Pirates.for all of us it was a life-changing experience.where a group of strangers become friends.and I still have a smile on my face.with escapades we got up to on Hadrian's Wall.for me it's a personal thing the love of History reading about Hadrian's Wall as a young boy.and I was so lucky to walk it with such brilliant people.which made it so rich and
vibrant .keep smiling my fellow Legionnaire's.HaHaHa

minty    on 13/07/17 @ 21:54 said:

who's turn is it next hold the sacred bunch of pirates.HaHaHa

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